April 26, 2019 to April 28, 2019
12:00 AM


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3921 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,


April 26–28, 10am–6pm

Earthx2019 brings together an international gathering of concerned environmental citizens, educators, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and thought leaders to celebrate global sustainability. The ninth annual Earth Day celebration will include three days of exhibitions (April 26-28), a film festival (April 19-28), music, entertainment, learning experiences, discussions, forums, and conferences (April 25-28) making it, once again, the world’s largest gathering to positively discuss achievable solutions for environmental change.

EXPO EarthX2019 is the world’s largest environmental experience with an expected attendance of more than 160,000 visitors, 400 speakers, 700 exhibitors and a wide range of activities such as the Tiny House Village, Outdoor Adventure Zone, animal petting zoo, virtual reality zone, auto show, scuba diving, Art 4 Dumpsters, E-Bike Test Track, EarthxTaste and more.

The EarthX exposition and all exhibits are open on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, with special programming, notable speakers, interactive experiences, entertainment, and education tracks throughout for families, children, businesses, students, and anyone who loves the planet.

$5 suggested donation at the gate. Register online for free tickets.

A full event schedule is available online at Download the EarthxApp smartphone app to view maps, agendas, plan routes through expo, conference, film and education attractions.

Highlights include:

Scuba Diving: Take the plunge and experience scuba diving with certified master divers in the huge 20x30 foot "Go Dive Now - Scuba Pool." Wetsuits, fins, regulators and tanks are included. Don't forget your bathing suit.

Solar Car Challenge: See full-size, roadworthy solar race cars, designed and built by students who participate in some of the most engaging and challenging high school science programs available.

Student Exhibits at EXPO Earthx2019: EarthX offers opportunities for young students to be a part of creating a wonderful opportunity to exhibit their ideas and innovations and interact with other like minded community members. They can explore green careers and college programs and earn service learning hours while helping to create awareness for sustainability and conservation of our planet’s resources.

Jean-Michel Cousteau and Arnold Schwarzenegger's upcoming film: Wonders of the Sea 3D. This spectacular film, shot in true immersive 3D, will make you feel as if you were actually diving among amazing colorful creatures. Rated G and runs 1 hour 40 minutes. Watch the trailer here.